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100% single factor Spangles
50% Clearflight Pieds
All split for Recessive Pied
Is the male a blue series DF Spangle? Either way, you could get all greens.
This is all assuming the birds are nothing but what you listed..With their mutations, it is highly likely you'll get blues, and maybe even Opalines something else either parent could be masking.
 

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100% single factor Spangles
50% Clearflight Pieds
All split for Recessive Pied
Is the male a blue series DF Spangle? Either way, you could get all greens.
This is all assuming the birds are nothing but what you listed..With their mutations, it is highly likely you'll get blues, and maybe even Opalines something else either parent could be masking.
How on earth do you get pied out of that?! (I mean that in the nicest way btw :) )
I do not know if it's a blue df spangle or green.
 

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Do you know the dark eyed clear's parents or are you just guessing it is a dark eyed clear? The yellow bird in your signature could be a dark eyed clear but it could also be a double factor spangle masking recessive pied

If you have the mutations right you would get:
50% Spangle
50% Clearflight pied spangle
All the chicks would be split for recessive pied

This result is because a dark eyed clear is a combination of clearflight pied and recessive pied

If the double factor spangle is yellow at least 75% of the chicks will be green.
If the double factor spangle is white 50% of the chicks will be blue and 50% green
 
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